Smart Warehousing has continued to expand their network footprint with the addition of a new warehouse in Germantown, Wisconsin. The new Milwaukee warehouse is available now, having opened November 1, and adds an additional 204,373 square feet to our company wide total. The warehouse offers the following specs: Gated truck court 30’ clear height ESFR sprinkler Pre-cast panel Located at W210 N12855 Gateway Crossing, Richfield, Wisconsin in Germantown Gateway Corporate Park, just one mile east of the I-41 and Holy Hill Road/CTH 167 interchange. With strategic interstate access, it is the ideal location to help move your product and get it into your customer’s hands. If you are interested in utilizing the new Milwaukee warehouse, or have questions about any of our other nationwide warehouses, please reach out to us at (913) 888-3222 or email@example.com.
By Lisa Shackelford Kansas City-based third-party logistics firm, Smart Warehousing, stays ahead of the game by using in-house technology to create efficiencies and value for each one of their 800-and-counting nationwide clients. Strategically headquartered in the center of the US in Kansas City, Smart Warehousing has become an industry-leading warehousing, fulfillment, and logistical solutions company by offering new technologies and services so clients can focus on core business activities while they handle the details. “We have developed simple and dependable systems to give our clients ultimate control, said CEO and founder, Carl Wasinger. “Our flexible warehousing adds value by reducing seasonal challenges, and our web-based management systems are designed to keep all parties informed.” Smart Warehousing becomes the ultimate solution for their clients by ensuring that orders are filled, inventories stay accurate, and clients stay connected by using their own technology and employing a full-time staff of developers and IT professionals. “This is not something that a lot of companies have. They’ll have a Director of IT, but they don’t have a Director of IT and a whole department of developers focused on further integration,” Wasinger said. The company’s initial and continued investment in technology has contributed to growth over time and is proving to be fortuitous in today’s e-commerce world, an industry heavily weighted towards technological expertise. Founded in 2001, with just 9,000 square feet, the 3PL giant has experienced explosive growth, entering three new markets in a 12-month period including Reno, Dallas and Milwaukee, as well as expansion in Pennsylvania. They currently occupy 7.7 million square feet in 12 states, in 26 individual warehouse facilities. “Our rapid growth over the
ZILBER PROPERTY GROUP LEASES 200,000 SF INDUSTRIAL FACILITY IN GERMANTOWN GATEWAY CORPORATE PARK TO SMART WAREHOUSING MILWAUKEE, WI - Zilber Property GroupSM (“ZPG”) is pleased to announce Smart Warehousing has signed a lease to occupy 200,000 square feet at ZPG’s Germantown Gateway Corporate Park in Germantown, Wisconsin, a northwest suburb of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Smart Warehousing will occupy the entire building, known as Zilber Industrial 3, which recently broke ground and will be completed in the fall of 2019. Kansas City-based Smart Warehousing is an industry leading warehousing, fulfillment, and logistical solutions company with operations located throughout the country. “We are happy to welcome Smart Warehousing as the newest tenant of the Germantown Gateway Corporate Park development,” stated John Kersey, Executive Vice President, Zilber, Ltd. “We are confident that the strategic location of this park will continue to attract exceptional industrial users to this northwest corridor market.” Smart Warehousing site in Germantown, Wisconsin “The Village of Germantown is pleased to have Smart Warehousing join our community. We believe they are a great fit in Germantown Gateway Corporate Park and a real asset to our growing economy,” added Village President, Dean Wolter. “As demand for our warehousing and distribution solutions continue to grow across the country for all service channels, including e-commerce, retail compliance, fulfillment, and near-plant warehousing, we felt it was the right time to expand our footprint in Milwaukee as one of our fastest growing strategic markets. Our customers require right-sized, but scalable, logistics solutions in order to flex with their customer demands both by volume and geography. That is what we will continue to offer by expanding